K-12 Video and Multimedia Programs That Educate and Inspire

How Addiction Hijacks the Brain

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This program drives home the message that drug addiction is a disease of the brain and that teens are at highest risk for acquiring this disease. Stephen Dewey and other leading scientists detail how drugs like heroin, nicotine, cocaine and marijuana change the brain, subvert the way it registers pleasure and corrupt learning and motivation. Young recovering addicts provide a human face to the effects of drugs and alcohol as they describe how addiction involves intense craving for a drug and loss of control over its use. Click [GO TO PRODUCT PAGE] to learn more about this program.

How Addiction Hijacks the Brain

How Addiction Hijacks the Brain

Examines the latest findings about drugs and the ways they act on the brain.

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How Addiction Hijacks the Brain

Provides young viewers the information they need to fully realize the consequences of drug use.

Inhalant Abuse: One Huff Can Kill

Inhalant Abuse: One Huff Can Kill

Communicates the truth about inhalants through straight facts & real-life stories.

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Inhalant Abuse: One Huff Can Kill

Teens will understand that inhalants are not an easy, harmless way to get high - they are dangerous and deadly poisons.

Global Youth Traffic Safety Month

Global Youth Traffic Safety Month

Prepare teens to identify risks, make smart choices and possibly save lives.

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Driving Stupid

Shows the truth about distracted driving risks through scientific research & unforgettable real-life stories.

Defining Sexual Assault

Defining Sexual Assault

This three-part series seeks to inform & protect viewers.

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Defining Sexual Assault

Three powerful stories demonstrate that sexual assault is a distressing and disturbing experience.

Benefits of Exercise

Benefits of Exercise

Designed to help viewers become aware of the important benefits of exercise.

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Benefits of Excercise

Designed to help teenagers and young adults become aware of the important benefits of exercise, to encourage them to identify a form of exercise they can enjoy and make a regular part of their life.

Human Relations Media video programs are available in traditional DVD format or they can be purchased as streaming videos. DVD titles can be previewed free for 30 days. Full-length online previews are available via streaming. Programs come with extensive teacher resource materials including pre/post tests, student worksheets and classroom activities.

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January

Get Organized Month

Help your students organize their time, work and belongings.

Healthy Weight Week January 17-23, 2016

There are approximately nine million children over 6 years of age who are considered to be obese.

National Drug Facts Week (NDFW) January 25-31, 2016

NDFW aims to shatter the myths about drugs and drug abuse.

February

Eating Disorders Week February 23-March 1, 2016

Eating disorders are serious and potentially life-threatening illnesses.

National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month

Teenagers are the fastest growing population at risk for relationship abuse.

March

American Diabetes Alert Day March 22, 2016

The threat of diabetes in teens is becoming a major public health concern.

Kick Butts Day March 19, 2016

Provide youth the knowledge they need to stand up against big tobacco companies.

National Nutrition Month

Teen obesity has grown to epidemic proportions in the United States.

National Sleep Awareness Week March 2-9, 2016

March 2-9 Sleep is essential for mental and physical health.

April

Alcohol Awareness Month

April is Alcohol Awareness Month

National Distracted Driving Awareness Month

Help raise awareness to this growing danger.

National STDs Education and Awareness Month

The best defense against STDs is knowledge.

Stress Awareness Month

Teen stress can lead to more serious health problems.

May

Global Youth Traffic Safety Month

Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teens in the US.

National Physical Fitness and Sports Month

Teach your students the positive benefits of being active now; it will pave the way for a lifetime of good health.

National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month

The US has the highest rates of teen pregnancy and births in the western industrialized world.

June

Effective Communication Month

Being able to effectively communicate is vital in all parts of life.

National Internet Safety Month

Help kids recognize and deal with the dangers they may face online.

July

Bullying

Every day, thousands of kids are afraid to go to school because of bullies.

Driver's Education

Inexperience, drowsy driving, speeding, driving under the influence all threaten the safety of young drivers.

Parent and Professional Resources

Perfect for teacher workshops or parent/teachers groups.

Special Education

Not everyone learns the same way.

August

Career Education

Career education is an ongoing process, filled with endless possibilities.

Language Arts

This year plan on captivating and motivating your students in Language Arts class!

Math

Make reviewing math skills fun!

September

Fruits and Veggies-More Matters Month

Increase the amount of fruits and vegetables you eat and reduce your risk of chronic diseases.

Prescription and Over-the-Counter Drugs

Educate your students about the dangers of prescription and OTC drugs.

Suicide Prevention Week September 7-12

September 7-12, 2015 Aims to raise awareness at the prevention of suicide.

October

National Bullying Prevention Month

October 2014 marks the ninth anniversary of National Bully Prevention Month

National Substance Abuse Prevention Month

October is National Substance Abuse Prevention Month

National Teen Driver Safety Week
October 18-24, 2015

Educating teens and showing them the consequences of their choices before they get behind the wheel can safe a life.

Red Ribbon Week October 23-31, 2015

Red Ribbon Week is the country's oldest and largest drug prevention program.

November

Bullying Awareness Week November 15-21, 2015

This year's theme: "Stand Up! (to bullying)"

Great American Smokeout November 19, 2015

The 40th Great American Smokeout.

National Diabetes Month

The threat of diabetes in teens is becoming a major public health concern.

December

World AIDS Day December 1, 2014

Help create awareness, increase education and develop compassion.

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